CE-Air (UK) Limited has been part of the local community for over 40 years, providing not only jobs and services, but also support of other organisations within the community.
We firmly believe in this concept and carry the very same values that we instill within our own company and beyond when supporting their local community. We try as much as we can to take an active role in supporting our community and sponsoring events and organisations that we care about.
The whole team here at CE-Air (UK) Limited has always got behind our local community and will be cheering them on & wishing them all the best as they undertakes their challenges for the forthcoming season.
We are proud to be both associated and sponsoring the following teams:
The Club started approximately late 1976 known as Dukinfield Lads’ Club. They had just one team and they played for a season as Under 10s in the local league.
From this start, was the birth of Dukinfield Tigers. The team moved up to Under 11s and a new team was formed. This was mainly due to two parents watching a local coaching course and signing boys. With these two teams, Tigers won most honours, including leagues, 5 a side and other major honours in the Reddish League and Stockport Junior League. Each year after a new team was formed.
In 2000 there was a change of committee and it was decided that the Club name would be changed to Dukinfield Town J.F.C. However, at the end of 2007/8 season it was voted that the Club would revert back to their previous and most famous name of Dukinfield Tigers JFC. The Tigers roar again!
In the summer of 1975, a group of young boys were playing football in the street near Jack Hammersley's house.
Naturally the ball spent more time in the gardens than it did in the road. Eventually Jack asked the boys if they would like to form a team and play in competitive matches, so Stalyhill Juniors, later to become Stalybridge Celtic Juniors, was formed.
At the end of 1976/77 season, Bryan Cross volunteered to help run a second team as so many lads wanted to play and is a club policy to this day, none were turned away. The club gradually went from
three teams in the late 1970's and early 1980's to teams at all age groups and since the late eighties the club has continued to grow, and today has 28 teams as well as the Saturday Soccer School.
The teams continue to do well in age & ability appropriate leagues and competitions and travel the UK and Europe competing in tournaments including those hosted by Barcelona and Benfica. In 2000 the club raised funds to buy the old lacrosse club, on Mossley Road, Despite two fires, the Soccer School continued to flourish and today hosts up to 120 children of all abilities every Saturday
morning and is the starting point for all our junior teams.
Teams, from Under 7s to under 16s and the pan-disability team, compete in local leagues, including
the Tameside Junior Football League and Sunday leagues, The East Manchester Junior Football
League and the Manchester Youth and Mini Soccer leagues